Paleontology in the Czech Republic
Paleontology in Czech Republic refers to paleontological research occurring within or conducted by people from the European country of Czech Republic.
Union of Czech mathematicians and physicists
The Union of Czech mathematicians and physicists (Jednota českých matematiků a fyziků, JČMF) is one of the oldest learned societies in Czech lands existing to this day. It was founded in 1862 as the A...
Observatory Vsetín
The Observatory Vsetín was found in 1950 by the local branch of Czechoslovak Astronomical Society.
František Křižík
František Křižík (July 8, 1847, Plánice, Bohemia – January 22, 1941, Stádlec; [fraɲcɪʃɛk ˈkr̝̊ɪʒiːk]) was a Czech inventor, electrical engineer, and entrepreneur. Křižík was born into a poor family in...
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Czech Space Office
The Czech Space Office, CSO (Czech: Česká kosmická kancelář) is the central contact point for the coordination of pure space science related activities in the Czech Republic. It fulfils tasks of t...
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Jan Bašta
Jan Bašta (5 June 1860 in Poděbrady - 12 October 1936 in Prague) was a famous Czech engineer, writer, and researcher. He became director of Czech railways in 1918.
Mendel Polar Station
Johann Gregor Mendel Czech Antarctic Station (Mendelova polární stanice in Czech) is a Czech research station built in Antarctica, on the coast of James Ross Island. The station, the project of the Ma...
Czech Hydrometeorological Institute
The Czech Hydrometeorological Institute (CHMI) (Czech: Český hydrometeorologický ústav (ČHMÚ)) is within the Environmental Ministry of the Czech Republic. The head office and centralized workplace...
Research Institute of Crop Production
The Research Institute of Crop Production (RICP) (Czech: Výzkumný ústav rostlinné výroby, VÚRV) was established in 1951. During its more than 50 years of existence, the RICP has been the leading c...
Sylvester Krnka
Sylvester Krnka or Sylvestr Krnka in Czech (December 29, 1825 – January 4, 1903) was a Czech gunsmith and inventor, best known for his M1867 Russian Krnka.
At the age of thirteen he entered ...
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Central European Institute of Philosophy (SIF)
The Central European Institute of Philosophy (SIF; Czech: Středoevropský Institut Filosofie; German: Mitteleuropäisches Institut für Philosophie) established in 2010, is a joint institution o...
František Janeček
František Janeček was the founder of Jawa motorcycles and an important figure in the development of the Czech motorcycle industry. He died on 4 June 1941.
Janeček was born on 23 January 1878 in ...
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Central European Institute of Technology
CEITEC (Central European Institute of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic) is a European centre of excellence in the fields of life sciences and advanced materials and technologies, which was established...
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Josef Sousedík
Josef Sousedík (18 December 1894 – 15 December 1944) was Czech inventor, industrialist and resistance fighter.
Josef Sousedík grew up in a poor family in Vsetín in Czechoslovakia. After finishing ...
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William Salcer
William Zev Salcer (4 June 1924 (Neporadza) – 6 December 2006) was a Slovak-Jewish Holocaust survivor and inventor.
Salcer was born in the Slovak village of Neporazda to a wealthy family but was r...
Vladimír List
Vladimír List (June 4, 1877 in Prague - May 27, 1971 in Brno) was a Czech electrical engineer, scientist and university teacher active in area of technical standardization.During 1895-1899 List had st...
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Czech Biomass Association
The Czech Biomass Association (CZ BIOM) is a NGO, which supports the development of phytoenergetics in the Czech Republic. Members of CZ BIOM are scientists, specialists, entrepreneurs, and activists ...